## Reflection: Modeling Divisibility Rules Foldable - Section 2: Designing the Foldable

Many of my students are visual learners, and student vary considerably in their ability to create a Foldable. So, it is helpful to provide them with an example. Before the lesson, I created my own foldable for students to view as a guide. I found that it was important to emphasize to students that their foldable didn't have to look exactly like my foldable, but needed to have the important information.

Foldable Example
Modeling: Foldable Example

# Divisibility Rules Foldable

Unit 3: Divisibility Rules
Lesson 4 of 5

## Big Idea: A hot dog fold serves as a divisibility rules study guide.

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### Ursula Lovings

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